Chrysalis Theatre has teamed up with the Terrence Higgins Trust, Shaw Theatre and Novotel London St Pancras (ACCOR Group) to hopefully bring this show back to the West End.
Each night we will be inviting a major celebrity to join the 30 strong cast of seasoned and new emerging Performers and Musicians to create a truly wonderful production of this show.
HIV and AIDS is not a thing of the past and through this production we want to raise awareness of HIV and AIDS and support the work of the Terrence Higgins Trust; so a minimum of £5.00 from every ticket sold in August will go to the THT as a charitable donation.
A note from Dionne Warwick
A Message from Tovah Feldshuh:
"I had the honour of working with JJ Almond on Golda's Balcony...he literally saved the life of the show. Now let's help him save other lives by Supporting Elegies and the fight against HIV and AIDS. This is a show worth far more than the price of admission."